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Eye-Watering Salsa

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General Salsa Making Tip: Always use fresh oils. Like spices, oils lose their flavor over time and some can go rancid if kept too long.

Recipe Index

Sizzling A  thru  C
Tasty D  thru  F
Hot G  thru  I
Spicy J  thru  M
Fresh N  thru  R
Burning S  thru  T
Tangy  U  thru  Z


Eye-Watering Salsa

6 to 7 orange habaneros, chopped
1/2 cup tomato puree - not tomato paste(or you can also use diced tomatoes or fresh
tomatoes depending on what you have at home)
1/2 large onion
3 tbsp chopped coriander
2 large garlic cloves
1 tbsp brown sugar
1 tbsp honey
1 tsp salt
1 tsp coarse black pepper
few chopped black olives

I used the recipe of Heinous Habanero by Big Bob (on this website) as my basic but I added some of my own ingredients along the way to personalize it.

Put all ingredients except olives into a grinder. Pulse for a few minutes. Make sure that all the ingredients are properly ground but not too much. You still want to maintain some chunkiness but not too much. The mixture will not be too thick nor runny. Just perfect. Grind to whatever consistency you like.

Pour into bowl and then mix in chopped black olives and garnish with finely chopped onion before serving. It's better to make this a couple of days before needed to give it some time to breathe.

Store in an airtight bottle and keep.

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